I Wonder

I wonder what you are doing tonight.

Sitting back watching as the angels take flight?

I wonder if you sit upon a big chair

And listen to hearts cry as they share

And just how do you file away all those requests?

In golden drawers, some marked later, others marked blessed?

How do you work all things together for good?

Knowing that I may not do what I should

Do you know how it all turn out?

Do you know the day and hour of each repentful shout?

With a tornado in one hand and a cancer cell in the other…

Did you know what would happen to my mother?

Did you see her end before we all did see?

Or were you hoping she’d see You; a place to spend eternity?

I wonder what You are doing tonight

Gimme Your heart, Your wisdom, Your sight


16 Replies to “I Wonder”

  1. Our hearts’ cry to the One we know is higher than all. (Isaiah 55.9, “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.”)
    We may not get all our answers, but He gives us what we need. All the time. Some of that need is the need to cry out to Him, and He invites us to do so. He will cradle you. (Psalms 17.8, “Keep me as the apple of the eye, hide me under the shadow of thy wings.”)

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        1. Do you use your phone for posting on wordpress? If so, you go to someone’s blog and copy their link. Then when you’re writing you go down to the 🔗 symbol it may look like that. It will pop up some info and you should be able to paste the link in the provided Line that says link URL then below it it says add link name. So you put my name there. Then back out. Or hit save. Then when they hit my name it takes them to my blog. And it will notify me that you used my blog in a post.
          Ps the link symbol might look like an oval with a dash inside it.

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